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Oct 13, 2012 6:00pm EDT
was living in los angeles. she had been the assistant philharmonic conductor and, at the same time, was the wheeling, west virginia, conductor and used to commute back and forth. her marriage was bad. her husband had asked her for a divorce. she didn't want one, and when she met gaston, he began to pursue her. and she really resisted him for many months because, one - she was married; two - also because she didn't have any experience with the political world and did see politicians as false, and completely living a life that was different from the life of the artist, which for her was, you know, you always have to be true to who you are. c-span: there's a whole lot of references to her attitude about west virginia. by the way, have you talked to her since she had the news conference? >> guest: no, i have not. i've talked to her publicist and i've talked to some of her aides. c-span: is she mad about this? >> guest: i gave rachael the book way back in late winter, early spring. i gave it to all the women. and at that time she called me and she said, "one, it was very painful for to-
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